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                                           REEL LIST

PMB 69 GRIMBLE Sir Arthur. Gilbertese myths, legends and oral traditions -
    creation myths, voyaging tales, songs, especially for ancient voyages and
    war, spells and witchcraft practices. 1 reel. Available for reference.


             Island Series
PMB          Banaba -                                                                             6pp
69/Reel 1     The Darkeness and the Cleaving Together.
              The Breaking of the Tree of Samoa.
              Obaia the Feathered and his journey to Onouna.
              The progeny of Auriaria on Beru.
             Beru -                                                                               19pp
              The Darkness and Cleaving Together
              The breed of the Ghosts of the South.
              The Breed of Tamoa.
              The Breed of the Ghosts of the North.
              The tale of Te Mamang.
              The progeny of Na Areau on Tarawa.
              The Second Return of Na Areau to Tamoa.
              The Third Return of Na Areau to Tamoa.
              The Breaking of the Tree of Tamoa.
             Butaritari -                                                                         3pp
              The Tale of the voyage from Te-bongi-roro.
              The Tale of the voyage to Tamoa-the-manesake.
              The Breaking of the Trees of Tamoa.
             Tabiteuea                                                                            5pp
              The Darkness and the Cleaving Together.
              The tale of Na Areau and Taburimai.
              The tale of Na Areau and Na Utima.
              The tale of Na Areau and Taranga.
             Tarawa                                                                               18pp
              The tale of the Tree of Tamoa.
              The tale of Nei Terere and the Tree of Tarawa.
              The tale of Obaia the Feathered.
              The tale of the Coming of Nei Nimanoa, the child of Te Uribaba.
              The tale of Towatu-of-Matang.
              The tale of the Coming of Taburimai with Nei Tituaabine and
                 Taburitongoun from Tarawa.

             Nui Series, obtained from Anetipa of Nui in 1922
             Rongorongon aia buaka anti [Gilbertese]                                              20pp
             Moan riki te Tongabiti (te borau) [Gilbertese]                                       16pp
             The tale of the first children of Taburimai
              Gilbertese(part text only)                                                         10pp
Reel List. PMB 69 Sir Arthur Grimble. Gilbertese myths, legends and oral traditions -
                     creation myths, voyaging tales, songs, etc.

              Gilbertese and literal English                                       14pp
              English                                                              6pp
PMB          The generations of Darkness and Light
69/Reel 1,    Gilbertese and literal English                                       8pp
cont.         English                                                              3pp
             Four letters from Anetipa concerning the items, written in 1921        7pp

             Miscellaneous Items
             Creation story : Marakei version [English]                             3pp
             The tale of the War of the North and the South [English]               6pp
             The tale of Bue and Rirongo [English]                                  6pp
              Bue's voyage to the Sun
              Bue's voyage to the West.
              Bue's coming to Tarawa.
             The tale of the canoe-crest called Te nimtaawaawa [English]            1p
             The tale of Baretoka and the Tree of Tarawa [English]                  2pp
             The tale of Na Utonga [English]                                        6pp
             The tale of Nei Maanga-ni-buka and the origin of the constellation
             "Ina-n-te-karon".
              Cilbertese and Literal [English]                                     9pp
              English                                                              4pp
             Ana mananga Auatabu mai Tarawa Nakon te aba ae Beru [Gilbertese]       2pp
             The story of the canoe of Bakauanoku [English]                         3pp

             Collection of Creation and related myths
             Abemama version of the Creation myth (given by Ten Teeko of            3pp
             Abemama)
             Banaban myth of the pre-creation era (given by Te Itirake of Banaba)   16pp
             Banaban Creatioin-myth with appendices (given by Nei Tearia of         14pp
             Banaba)
             A Beru version of the Creation myth (showing Nareau as an Absolute     7pp
             Spirit) (given by Toakai of Maiana)
             Nauruan version of Creation Myth, with appendices (given by            14pp
             Auweieda, High Chief of Nauru)
              Areou and the Darkness
              Tabakea's children
              Areou in Heaven
             Tabiteuean Cosmogony (given by Kaikai of Taiteuea)                     11pp
             Tabiteuean version of Creation myth, with appendices (given by         11pp
             Tekawakawa of Tabiteuea)
             The legend of the Tree of Tarawa (given by Anetipa of Nui)             5pp

             Items contained in a foolscap exercise book entitled "Genealogies,     64pp
             Myths Legends, and Notes on Ancestral Spirits"
             Te I-Mone (given by Taboia of Beru)
             Riiki
             Tetake (given by Naikara of Tabiang, Beru)
             Kirata (given by Tiare of Tabiang, Beru)
             Tetake (given by Nauoko of Tarawa)
             Te Bo ma Temaki and Nareau (given by Kinoki of Beru)
             Kaobunang (given by Tabeaua of Beru)
             Te Bo ma Temaki and Nareau (given by Tekawakawa of Tabiteuea)



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           Ana Karaki Naka (given by Teau of Nuka, Beru)
           Naka ao rikini Butaritari (given by Karawe, N. Beru)
           Series of traditions (given by Mareko of Taboiaki, Beru)
            Tebo ma Temaki.
            To Bu n anti Maiaki.
            Te Bu n anti Meang.
            Temamang.
            Ana Kariki Nareau I Tarawa.
            Kauouan okin Nareau nako Tamoa.
            Katenuan okin Nareau nako Tamoa.
            Uruakin te Kai n Tamoa.
           Aia Kariki Te Bong ma Te Ngaina (given by Anetipa of Nui)
           Karakin Tabiria; ana itera n aine ( given by Anetipa of Nui)
           Ana iter ani mane Tabiria (given by Anetipa of Nui)
           Wa aika teniwa ake a mumun nako Nui man te buaka are Kaitu ma
           Uakeia (given by Anetipa of Nui)
           Karakin Nakaa.
           Te bo ma te maki (given by Nei Aria of Tabiang, Banaba)
           Banaban Creation-story and sequels (notes taken from the account of
           Teitirake of Tabiang, Banaba) [English}
           Karaki ni Bare.
           Aron te Kaintikuaba nke e Korokoreaki (given by Nei Tearia of
           Banaba)
           Karakin Naaka (given by Nei Tearia of Banaba)
           Karakin te bongiro (given by Nateke of Butaritari)
           Karakin Nei Tituabine (given by Nei Okobeta of Banaba)
           Karakin Nei Ikiku (given by Nei Okobeta of Banaba)
           Kain te Bo ma te Maki (given by Nei Tearia of Banaba)
           Lands around Banaba at Creation (given by Nei Tearia of Banaba)
           Genealogy of Nei Okobeta (given by Nei Okobeta of Banaba)
           Kateirikin Tabiteuea (given by Kaikai of Tabiteuea)

           Items in a foolscap exercise book entitled "I. Travel lore, Stars,    33pp
           sailing directions, dangers at sea; tales of stars and voyages.
           Songs: especially songs of ancient voyages and wars."
           Bukin rikin te itoi are Inan te Karon.
           Makin series (given by Nan Kabwe, Na Makei and Nan Tanana)
            Genealogy belonging to the series (given by Nan Tanana)
            The Planing of the Tree of Samoa.
            The legend of Batuku.
           Kunani Moiua (given by Arebaio of Beru). Song
           Kunan Nareau (given by Toma of Beru). Song
           Kunan Naaka (given by Koriri of Tarawa). Song
           Kunan Nareau. Song
           Te Binekua (Kataneana). Song
           Kunan Teborau. Song
           Te Kuna mai Tarawa (given by Titau and Nauoko). Song

           Items in untitled exercise book, consisting of:
           An epitome of the history and culture of Abemama Island. The author   54pp
           is not stated but (on evidence obtained at Abemama) is believed to
           have been Hiram, the celebrated Abemaman authority on Gilbertese



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           custom.
           The Abemama MS.
            Karakin aron Abemama ma te botanaomata.
            Teirakin te buaka are e kakanato.
            Okin te buaka ao bararikakina.
            Karakin te botanaomata ae I Abemama.
            Moan rikin te tautaeka ni uea I Abemama.
            Te uea ma ana utu.
            Utu n toka i aia utu ni uea.
            Kain aon te aba a bon aki aronaki.
            Koraki n toro ke kaunga.
            Te mare ni iein i Abemama.
            Tan tautaeka i aia uea.
            Tuan te tiri aomata rimoa.
            Aroia toro (kaunga).
            Anti ma tabunea.
            Ika ake a tubu kanakia ba rabataia anti.
            Tai.
            Manakaina.
            Taekan te amarake.
            Taekini moan rikin te aba.
            Rikin te aba ae Kiribati.
            Taekini Marawa.
            Ka 2nd n taekinaia Anti ma Atua.
            Taekan te rouia.
            Te tabunea.
            Karakin Terakunene are "Antin Abaiang" [with English
                         translation ]
            Nei Karua [with English translation]
            Te mkamka ni ba.
            Te manenriri.
            Te bikoukou ni karokoa rairakina ( bung).
            Neire te toba.
            Taekan te mate ma tamnein te aomata.
            Mone ka Temamatannana.

           Five songs ( two with English translations)                            17pp
                Song of Titera (given by Titera of Tabiang,
                Beru. Song
                Fragment of Tarawan song. Song.
                A song of Nareau - I. Song
                A song of Nareau - II [with English translation]. Song.
                The song of Moiua [with English translation]. Song.


           Items in an exercise book entitled "Spells, witchcraft, etc."          53pp
           The tale of the tree of Samoa (given by Mautake of Tarawa) [In
           English.]
           Story of the ancestors of Kauongo and Kaburoronteun on Tarawa. [In
           English.]
           Song of the voyage of Naka and Nabongibong from Samoa to the
           North, when they fled from the basket full of sickness and all which


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                     creation myths, voyaging tales, songs, etc.

           were cast out of Heaven upon earth when the world was created. The
           poet was Teburea of Arorae who died about a century ago. Song.
           The story of Noubwebwe and the daughter of Teuribaba. [In English.]
           Story of the coming of Tituabine and her friends from Samoa. [In
           English.]
           The magic spells used by Nareau when he created the world. [In
           English.]
           Ellice Islands Creation story. [In English.]
           Nei Tituabine. [In English.]
           Taburimai. [In English.]
           Karongoa.
           Another set of charms said to have been used by Nareau in the
           creation.
           Creation story from Nui, related by Kuaroun, a descendant of the
           Nonouti fugitives from Beruan conquest. [In English.]

           Items in an exercise book entitled "Taian taeka mai Kiribati"          95pp
           Abemama Series.
                 Okoron atongan te Antimaomata ao te Anti.
                 Taian Anti ake a oti riki.
                 Te Antimaomata.
                 Te Otanga (Kibenanimatu).
                 Abemama ma te buaka ngkoa.
                 Rimeia ke kakanatira.
                 Bakan Tebatanteabike i Abemama.
                 Kenna ke Tekunroro.
                 Tokarake te aba.
           Karakin Te Obaia ae matin Nei Terere (given by Mautake and
           Nauokoof Tarawa).
           Karakin Noubwebwe (given by Tororo and Mautake of Tarawa).
           Taekan Auriaria of Samoa.
           Karakin Auriaria of Banaba.
           Karakin Taburimai.
           Karakin Nei Tituabine.
           Karakin Tabuariki.
           Karakin ni Bue am Rirongo (1).
           Karakin ni Bue am Rirongo (2).
                 Okin bue mai iroun Tamana ao nakona nakon Nei Bairaro.
                 Bakoni Bue makon Tarawa.
                 Borauni Kotua nako Beru ma Nikunau.
           Benuakura (Te Nimtawawa).
           Temataua.
           Tekikonang.
           Te Bou uoua.
           Manin Namakaina.
           Te Kainikamata.
           Tabora.
           Teibi, and the Lizard.
           The family of Tetonganga.
           Auriaria of Tarawa (given by Anetipa of Nui).
           Auriaria of Tarawa (given by Nauoko of Tarawa).
           Notes and additions of Tarawa version of Auriaria story, to be taken



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           from Maiana version as told by Ten Toakai. [In Gilbertese and
           English.]
           Taekan ana Kain iri Tabakea.
           Taekan Tabakea ma Tituabine ao natia ae Kaitetara.
           Nei Tituabine.

           Transcripts of Songs.
           Te Kuna ni Buaka. (Tarawa war song, in 4 parts, given by Te          12pp
           Mweretaka of Te Aoraereke, Tarawa.)
           Tangin te Buaka, ngke e raoiakinaki. (War song from Noto, Tarawa.)   3pp
           Te Man n Tinaba: in two parts. (Given by Nei Kabure of Noto,         4pp
           Tarawa.)
           Song. (Given by Nei Kabure of Noto, Tarawa.)                         2pp
           Te Anene. (Given by Nei Kabure of Noto Tarawa.)                      1p
           Te Anene n tarae. (Given by Terenga.)                                4pp
           Mani-n te Tirere. (Given by Bakanebo and Taberu.)                    1p
           Te Bino. (Given by Nei Tekaboi.)                                     2pp
           "Te Kamei" are te Kibwi. (Given by Mweretaka.)                       2pp
           Te Kamei ae bon te kamei. (Given by Tenterenga.)                     3pp
           Te bino rimoa. (Given by Kaberu.)                                    3pp
           Te Wa-n-Tarawa.                                                      3pp
           Te Wa ni banga.                                                      2pp
           Te kateitei.                                                         3pp
           Te tibeua.                                                           3pp
           Te tangi mate.                                                       5pp
           Te Kimoa.                                                            4pp
           Te Batere ni Bino.                                                   3pp
           Te Kuna n Anene.                                                     2pp
           Te Bino.                                                             2pp
           Te Bino.                                                             2pp
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